Gotcha! Data Backup is used to backup user data from a system before reinstalling a computer - or to transfer the data to another computer. Many of the much needed areas that Technicians tend to need to backup are included.
It can be used on a system running Windows. It can also detect multiple Windows drives. This is helpful when you attach a customers drive as a slave drive on your system by connecting their drive internally in your computer or through USB. It also will work on WinPE. Another useful feature it has is the ability to Move Files to your backup location instead of copying them.
Reviewing 2014.7.19.0 (Nov 7, 2014)
Who cares about date versioning vs release.If someone can't figure a newer date is the new version,I do not want to be asked to dinner at their house.
Reviewing 2014.7.19.0 (Jul 21, 2014)
Hi, I am not saying that a date vesrioning is a bad idea, it's just I don't like it- such a versioning scheme shows nothing about the history/maturity of the product. So I am not suggesting that you revert to the previous scheme you used, I simply prefer version number to release date (of course release date can be an addition to version number).
Reviewing 2014.7.8.1 (Jul 19, 2014)
I have to say that is the craziest reason I have heard for someone to give such a low score on a program.
Out of curiosity... what is the downside to using a release date for the version system? I internally release this program often and it is easier for me to see when the techs in my repair shop have downloaded a release.
I am willing to switch it back to a normal versioning system if there is a valid enough reason behind it. I'm not stuck on using a dated version. But I am very curious what the versioning does to your computer which would force you to discontinue using it? The date also follows a numbering system that will always be higher then the previous version. It will tell you when it was released... and the last number is a build number.
Does anyone have an idea as to why a dated versioning system would be a bad idea? Because I am open to suggestions. ;-)
Reviewing 2014.7.8.1 (Jul 17, 2014)
who cares what version they call it!
Reviewing 2014.7.8.1 (Jul 15, 2014)
The only disappointment is the new versioning scheme- when a program discards version number in favour of release date, I immediately discard it- the latest example was SMPlayer, now I am dumping Gotcha! Backup Utility.
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